Friday Aug 29
Metro Police seek person of interest in flashings
Metro Police seek person of interest in flashings Metro police need your help identifying a man in connection with indecent exposure incidents in the metro system.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Church of Scientology to host breakfast for Hill staffers
The Church of Scientology is holding a first-of-its-kind breakfast for congressional staffers, giving workers at the Capitol a chance to check out its Washington digs.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Metro adds longer buses to busy corridor
Since the S9 "express" service was introduced five years ago, ridership has increased 25 percent and now tops more than 20,000 daily passengers.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Rebuilding Place in the Urban Space
Historic preservation is not the bogeyman for finding cheap apartments in DC
Today's Post has an article, " The new housing market: Why it's so hard to find a cheap apartment in Washington, D.C. ," with this line about strategies for producing more and lower cost housing: In D.C., you could even ditch the large historic districts that make it extremely difficult to build anything substantial in many desirable neighborhoods.
Scars of peaceful demonstrations
One of the fastest places in the world to quickly learn new life skills is in the middle of a large street demonstration or riot.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Step on it: D.C. plans 850-square-foot, $200K kinetic pocket park at Dupont Circle
The District is proposing to convert 850 square feet of concrete in the Connecticut Avenue right-of-way, south of Dupont Circle, into a $200,000 pocket park with kinetic pavers.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
The Washington Post
SketchFactor controversy showcases challenges of crowdsourcing
IF YOU intend to stroll through Dupont Circle, think again. A man may follow you into a Metro car.
The George Towner
After 25 Years, Christianne Ricchi's Ristorante i Ricchi Continues to Thrive
Tucked away on 19th Street between M and N streets is Ristorante i Ricchi , a Washington staple for fine Italian cuisine since 1989.
Morning escalator issue at DuPont Circle Metro resolved
Morning escalator issue at DuPont Circle Metro resolved An early morning escalator issue at the DuPont Circle Metro station has been resolved Check out this story on WUSA9.com: http://on.wusa9.com/1oR8atd WASHINGTON -- An early morning escalator issue at the DuPont Circle Metro station has been resolved, WMATA officials tell WUSA9.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Obama heads back to vacation after unexplained DC trip
President Obama went back to his vacation on Martha's Vineyard Tuesday evening following less than 48 hours in Washington, leaving people puzzled over why he came back in the first place.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Top Picks for D.C. Beer Week
The latest installment of craft beer mania is upon us in the form of the city's sixth annual DC Beer Week .
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Buying vs. renting in late millennial market
Last weekend, I hosted an open house in Kalorama. My property, a newly listed studio condominium, much larger than your average micro-efficiency, was full of charm and priced just above $220,000, very reasonable for the Kalorama market.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
The Washington Post
Groups team up for smartphone-based tour of Logan Circle
Unveiled in July 2013, the Logan Circle Heritage Trail guides visitors to notable sites in the neighborhood .
Politics is so intertwined in day-to-day D.C. life that it pops up in places you might not expect -- like your pizza.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Sun Aug 10, 2014
Wifi in the Woods
We had only been out of Internet range for a few hours, and already DJ Spooky was getting twitchy.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
Georgetown Residents Allegedly Don't Want Prison Art Sold Near Their Condos
Safe Streets Arts ' table by the Georgetown waterfront is filled with vivid paintings, postcards, CDs, and copper wire jewelry.
Wed Aug 06, 2014
How many of us are there?
Less than 3 percent of the population identifies as gay, lesbian or bisexual. Many think that this number is much too low and that the LGBT community was under-counted.
Tue Aug 05, 2014
The Washington Post
Two D.C. men plead guilty to armed robbery in connection with 2013 fatal shooting
Akinwole Williams had just attended a job fair and was walking home from the Deanwood Metro station in Northeast Washington with a folder that included his resume, job information and an essay he wrote on Toni Morrison that he proudly showed off to prospective employers that day.
Mon Aug 04, 2014
Driver disguised in wig, bra, pleads guilty to fraud
A Maryland man who dressed up as a woman to fleece intoxicated passengers for more than $200,000 while driving a taxi in Washington, D.C. pleaded guilty Monday to first-degree felony fraud, according to the United States Attorney's Office.